View in a web browser | Forward to a friend

June 29, 2018
Good morning, !*firstname*!–check out these top stories online!
 
More than 40 new things we saw at ISTE 2018
iste 2018

Creativity, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital competencies were just a few of the many trends at ISTE 2018. This year’s conference was one of the largest, with packed sessions and presentations, and 18,540 attendees–a new attendee record. It was nearly impossible to see and attend everything the conference had to…


 


 

Is your district on track with these classroom tech trends?
tech trends

Although they're touted as game-changers for classroom learning, virtual reality and augmented reality have yet to catch on in schools, according to a new survey of 1,500 teachers. The Kahoot! tech trends survey reveals that just 11 percent of surveyed teachers said virtual reality and augmented reality are emerging trends…


 

Sponsored
Qs To Ask Your School Security Vendors To Help You Get What You Need

Uncover best practices that can help school and district IT leaders develop a framework for assessing server technology vendors. You’ll find key questions every high-level tech leader should ask, from a description of the modern IT infrastructure, end-to-end server security, to criteria for creating your own modern IT infrastructure and more.


 

Brought to you by:
App of the Week: Mentimeter

Ed. note: App of the Week picks are now being curated by the editors of Common Sense Education, which helps educators find the best ed-tech tools, learn best practices for teaching with tech, and equip students with the skills they need to use technology safely and responsibly. Click here to read the full…


 

Sponsored
Qs To Ask Your School Security Vendors To Help You Get What You Need

Uncover best practices that can help school and district IT leaders develop a framework for assessing server technology vendors. You’ll find key questions every high-level tech leader should ask, from a description of the modern IT infrastructure, end-to-end server security, to criteria for creating your own modern IT infrastructure and more.


 

TRENDING THIS WEEK
 
10 ways we made our school happier

After the recession hit in 2013, it was evident that something was off at Mashburn Elementary School (part of Forsyth County Schools in Georgia). I watched teachers being laid off, and it was draining to witness. We had bigger class numbers than ever before, and our school culture and employee…

Why creative thinking might be our strongest asset

Developing a creative mindset is more important than ever before, not just for our students, but for educators as well. The advancement of technology, the connectedness of society, and the innovations that are taking place on a regular basis all point to creative thinking as a key asset in the…

8 reasons why we should combine art + math

With declining U.S. student math scores, our schools would be wise to adopt a new formula that is sure to paint a prettier picture for the country’s STEM rankings. Combining math and art classes may in fact draw better math performance for American youth, starting as early as elementary school.…

 

Have something on your mind about innovation in education technology? Share your opinion, showcase your schools efforts, provide a news tip— email us at: customeropinion@eSchoolMedia.com

Add eschool.news@eschoolnews.com to your address book or "safe list" to ensure delivery. Please don't use your email's "Reply" function. We don't monitor this address.

This message was sent to: !*EMAIL*!

Privacy | Unsubscribe to this email | unsubscribe to all email | Update email preferences

Contents ©2019 eSchool Media. All rights reserved.